Calum Scott – Dancing On My Own (Tiësto Remix)


♪ SOMEBODY SAID
YOU GOT A NEW FRIEND ♪ ♪ DOES SHE LOVE YOU
BETTER THAN I CAN? ♪ ♪ IT’S A BIG BLACK
SKY OVER MY TOWN ♪ ♪ I KNOW WHERE YOU
AT, I BET SHE’S AROUND ♪ ♪ YEAH, I KNOW IT’S STUPID ♪ ♪ I JUST GOTTA
SEE IT FOR MYSELF ♪ ♪ I’M IN THE CORNER ♪ ♪ WATCHING YOU KISS HER ♪ ♪ OH OH OH ♪ ♪ I’M RIGHT OVER HERE ♪ ♪ WHY CAN’T YOU SEE ME? ♪ ♪ OH OH OH ♪ ♪ I’M GIVING IT MY ALL ♪ ♪ BUT I’M NOT THE
GUY YOU’RE TAKING HOME ♪ ♪ OOH OOH OOH ♪ ♪ I KEEP DANCING ON MY OWN ♪ ♪ I’M JUST GONNA
DANCE ALL NIGHT ♪ ♪ I’M ALL MESSED
UP, I’M SO OUTTA LINE ♪ ♪ STILETTOS ON
BROKEN BOTTLES ♪ ♪ I’M SPINNING
AROUND IN CIRCLES ♪ ♪ I’M IN THE CORNER ♪ ♪ WATCHING YOU KISS HER ♪ ♪ OH OH OH ♪ ♪ I’M RIGHT OVER HERE ♪ ♪ WHY CAN’T YOU SEE ME ♪ ♪ OH OH OH ♪ ♪ I’M GIVING IT MY ALL ♪ ♪ BUT I’M NOT THE GUY
YOU’RE TAKING HOME ♪ ♪ OOH OOH OOH ♪ ♪ I KEEP DANCING ON MY OWN ♪ ♪♪♪ ♪ SO FAR AWAY,
BUT STILL SO NEAR ♪ ♪ THE LIGHTS GO ON, ♪ ♪ THE MUSIC DIES ♪ ♪ BUT YOU DON’T SEE
ME, STANDING HERE ♪ ♪ I JUST CAME
TO SAY GOODBYE ♪ ♪ I’M IN THE CORNER, ♪ ♪ WATCHING YOU KISS HER ♪ ♪ OH ♪ ♪ I’M GIVING IT MY ALL, ♪ ♪ BUT I’M NOT THE GUY
YOU’RE TAKING HOME ♪ ♪ OOOH ♪ ♪ I KEEP DANCING ON MY OWN ♪ ♪♪♪ ♪ I’M IN THE CORNER, ♪ ♪ WATCHING YOU KISS HER OH ♪ ♪ I’M RIGHT OVER HERE, ♪ ♪ WHY CAN’T YOU SEE ME OH ♪ ♪ I’M GIVING IT MY ALL, ♪ ♪ BUT I’M NOT THE
GUY YOU’RE TAKING HOME ♪ ♪ I KEEP DANCING ON MY OWN ♪ ♪ SO FAR AWAY,
BUT STILL SO NEAR ♪ ♪ THE LIGHTS GO ON, ♪ ♪ THE MUSIC DIES ♪ ♪ BUT YOU DON’T SEE
ME, STANDING HERE ♪

100 Replies to “Calum Scott – Dancing On My Own (Tiësto Remix)”

  1. Am I missing something or did Haley's name get left out of the credits? ….under performing artist's he jus has his name? Wtf? Kyle always includes her in their duet videos, given my ignorance regarding the industry I'm gonna guess it's legit but def through me off….

  2. Parts were really good and I thought other parts sucked and they could have done more with it. They shouldn't have repeated steps and yeah both good dancers just think they could have done more

  3. Who is the choreographer?!? There is so much meaning in the dancing, its hard to know where to begin. Its almost a dream from the guys point of view… seeing his whole relationship with her in just a moment.

    It starts with desire and a determination; sitting at the table. He does grows the courage to start a relationship and does what he can to impress her but almost immediately realizes the hypnotic control she has over him… moving only at her pace.

    She then plays, "hard to get" and both are appropriately engaged in the "chase". He succeeds in his endeavor and, for a time, they are completely synced in their relationship. But mild contention arises and a period of "give and take" comes into the picture; each forgiving minor mistakes and offences.

    Beginning at 1:03, they firmly supported each-other (marriage?). The literal aspect of the connection is greater at 1:03 than when the change occurs at about 1:07 (signifying something serious to the connection (or marriage) occurred). The support at 1:03 is significant, both physically as well as psychologically. It is one of the most stable way to support someone physically and was (in the 1500's or so) an expression of love and trust (primarily between men, but is a good use in this choreography). Then, something happened at 1:07 that changed the connection and the firm support they had eventually broke.

    Despair, heartache, pain… the loss of someone loved overcomes the guy. For a time, they "pretend" to be in a relationship (symbolized by "dancing" with fingers instead of the whole body)… pretending to "fake it till you make it". Faking it didn't work… anger and blame is thrown back and forth until communication becomes silence (1:38)…

    She then throws off the relationship, but he chases after her in desperation to make it right, but no matter what he does, she avoids and rejects him. He gives up and "bails" over the rail (i.e. "off the rails") at 1:52 and is overcome with the memory he has of her… realizing that he would even be willing to "serve" her at her feet if only he could still have some small part in her life. Finally reality sets in… depression and grief ensue… self abuse results… suicide an option.

    Just when all hope seemed lost, a hint of light shines upon him (2:14). She comes to him with a stern contingency of sorts, they begin the relationship again, but slowly (at 2:20)… She asserts her position and contingency to him (2:24) as a choice and he is expected to commit himself fully to her if he truly wants their relationship (marriage?) to last.

    (2:30 to 2:36) Apprehension on both sides as to how the relationship might turn out?

    (2:36 until end)… complete unity in the relationship… never to be broken again… even to the point of "mirroring" each-other and eventually coming to know each-other so well, they can even anticipate what the other is thinking and going to do…

    Then, he comes out of his dream…
    It was in a single moment, he saw his entire relationship with her…

    His desire, his passion, his success, his frustration, his failure, his loss, his pain… but in the end, it was all worth struggling through and it was all worth fighting for… his heart truly belonged to her.

    …then again, it could all just be a great song and dance… what do I know? I'm just another guy…

  4. Who is the choreographer?!? There is so much meaning in the dancing, its hard to know where to begin. Its almost a dream from the guys point of view… seeing his whole relationship with her in just a moment.

    It starts with desire and a determination; sitting at the table. He does grows the courage to start a relationship and does what he can to impress her but almost immediately realizes the hypnotic control she has over him… moving only at her pace.

    She then plays, "hard to get" and both are appropriately engaged in the "chase". He succeeds in his endeavor and, for a time, they are completely synced in their relationship. But mild contention arises and a period of "give and take" comes into the picture; each forgiving minor mistakes and offences.

    Beginning at 1:03, they firmly supported each-other (marriage?). The literal aspect of the connection is greater at 1:03 than when the change occurs at about 1:07 (signifying something serious to the connection (or marriage) occurred). The support at 1:03 is significant, both physically as well as psychologically. It is one of the most stable way to support someone physically and was (in the 1500's or so) an expression of love and trust (primarily between men, but is a good use in this choreography). Then, something happened at 1:07 that changed the connection and the firm support they had eventually broke.

    Despair, heartache, pain… the loss of someone loved overcomes the guy. For a time, they "pretend" to be in a relationship (symbolized by "dancing" with fingers instead of the whole body)… pretending to "fake it till you make it". Faking it didn't work… anger and blame is thrown back and forth until communication becomes silence (1:38)…

    She then throws off the relationship, but he chases after her in desperation to make it right, but no matter what he does, she avoids and rejects him. He gives up and "bails" over the rail (i.e. "off the rails") at 1:52 and is overcome with the memory he has of her… realizing that he would even be willing to "serve" her at her feet if only he could still have some small part in her life. Finally reality sets in… depression and grief ensue… self abuse results… suicide an option.

    Just when all hope seemed lost, a hint of light shines upon him (2:14). She comes to him with a stern contingency of sorts, they begin the relationship again, but slowly (at 2:20)… She asserts her position and contingency to him (2:24) as a choice and he is expected to commit himself fully to her if he truly wants their relationship (marriage?) to last.

    (2:30 to 2:36) Apprehension on both sides as to how the relationship might turn out?

    (2:36 until end)… complete unity in the relationship… never to be broken again… even to the point of "mirroring" each-other and eventually coming to know each-other so well, they can even anticipate what the other is thinking and going to do…

    Then, he comes out of his dream…
    It was in a single moment, he saw his entire relationship with her…

    His desire, his passion, his success, his frustration, his failure, his loss, his pain… but in the end, it was all worth struggling through and it was all worth fighting for… his heart truly belonged to her.

    …then again, it could all just be a great song and dance… what do I know? I'm just another

    One of the most beautiful pieces of art I've ever seen. Compilation between Robyn's creativity, Calum"s talent, Dancer's precision, Choreographer's vision… this is truly an underrated masterpiece!

  5. Beautiful song and voice as an acapella, however, as always Tiesto does an amazing remix! The dancers are also meticulously wicked!

  6. Somebody said you got a new friend
    Does she love you better than I can?
    And It's a big black sky over my town
    I know where you at, I bet she's around

    Yeah, I know it's stupid, I just gotta see it for myself
    I'm in the corner, watching you kiss her, oh, oh, oh
    And I'm right over here, why can't you see me? Oh, oh, oh
    I'm giving it my all
    I'm not the guy you're taking home, ooh
    I keep dancing on my own

    I just wanna dance all night
    And I'm all messed up, I'm so out of line, yeah
    Stilettos on broken bottles
    I'm spinning around in circles

    And I'm in the corner, watching you kiss her, oh-oh-oh
    And I'm right over here, why can't you see me, oh-oh-oh
    And I'm giving it my all
    But I'm not the guy you're taking home, oh-oh-oh
    And I keep dancing on my own, no, nah

    So far away but still so near
    The lights go on, the music dies
    But you don't see me standing here
    I just came to say goodbye

    I'm in the corner, watching you kiss her, oh-oh-oh
    And I'm giving it my all
    But I'm not the guy you're taking home, oh-oh-oh
    And I keep dancing on my own, oh, nah
    Sat down in the corner, why do you kiss her? Oh no
    And I'm right over here why can't you see me? Oh no
    And I'm giving it my all
    But I'm not the guy you're taking home, oh-oh-oh
    I keep dancing on my own

    So far away but still so near
    The lights go on, the music dies
    But you don't see me standing here

  7. Excellent dancing and beautiful choreography working exceptionally well together. This version is amazing. Thank you.

  8. alot to take in . Loved it … There were just a few moments where I felt the story telling went away in lieu of choreographics. Moments where adjusting or changing just a few moves in between the brilliant movement & floor gestures might have kept the lyric more in line w/ the visual. As is demonstrated @ intervals but particularly in the end of the piece. Bravo💕👏👏👏👏👏👏🎶😍❤😁🎉🤳PS im not much of a dancer … BUT I'm told im pretty good at stories 😜

  9. This doesn't get old. I love it so much, years later, and I'm still listening to it like it's the first time. It's awesome to drive to and yell it out at the top of your lungs.

  10. truly this is one of the best dance routines i'v ever seen.. most everyone else is doing the same things–copying eachother.. this is original–excellent work!

  11. Somebody said you got a new friend
    Does she love you better than I can?
    And It's a big black sky over my town
    I know where you at, I bet she's around

    Yeah, I know it's stupid, I just gotta see it for myself
    I'm in the corner, watching you kiss her, oh, oh, oh
    And I'm right over here, why can't you see me? Oh, oh, oh
    I'm giving it my all
    I'm not the guy you're taking home, ooh
    I keep dancing on my own

    I just wanna dance all night
    And I'm all messed up, I'm so out of line, yeah
    Stilettos on broken bottles
    I'm spinning around in circles

    And I'm in the corner, watching you kiss her, oh-oh-oh
    And I'm right over here, why can't you see me, oh-oh-oh
    And I'm giving it my all
    But I'm not the guy you're taking home, oh-oh-oh
    And I keep dancing on my own, no, nah

    So far away but still so near
    The lights go on, the music dies
    But you don't see me standing here
    I just came to say goodbye

    I'm in the corner, watching you kiss her, oh-oh-oh
    And I'm giving it my all
    But I'm not the guy you're taking home, oh-oh-oh
    And I keep dancing on my own, oh, nah
    Sat down in the corner, why do you kiss her? Oh no
    And I'm right over here why can't you see me? Oh no
    And I'm giving it my all
    But I'm not the guy you're taking home, oh-oh-oh
    I keep dancing on my own

    So far away but still so near
    The lights go on, the music dies
    But you don't see me standing here

  12. This is one of the best videos I have ever seen listern to this song 24/7 the way they move to the music is just unbelievable

  13. Omg !!! I love this 😍😍😍..I love the song, the dance and all the probs/ production 👏👏👏❤❤❤great talents.

  14. 😍 Ich liebe dieses Lied…aber diese beiden Tänzer liebe ich noch mehr! Einfach genial…selten so einen starken Ausdruckstanz gesehn…und so synchron!!!! 👌👌👌👌👌👏👏👏👏👏

  15. Can anyone explain why the names of the dancers are no where in the description? Am I missing something?

  16. Den Song im Radio aufs Ohrzu bekommen war für mich schon der Tageshöhepunkt – großartig!
    Das Video setzt aber noch einen drauf. Großartige Choreografie, fantastisch getanzt! ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

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